On April 25, 2013, Anadarko announced the Phobos discovery in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico encountered approximately 250 net feet of high-quality oil pay in the Lower Tertiary. The discovery is just 11 miles south of Anadarko’s Lucius development.
On April 18, 2013, Anadarko announced the Orca-1 well offshore Mozambique encountered more than 190 net feet of natural gas pay, adding to the massive natural gas resources discovered to date in Anadarko’s Offshore Area 1.
In March 2013, Anadarko earned four Oil & Gas Awards in the Gulf Coast and Northeast Region. The awards included:
Photo (from right to left) General Manager, Maverick Basin, Danny Brown; Vice President, Operations, Southern Region and Appalachia, Brad Holly; General Manager, Delaware Basin, Danny Hart; Director, Design and Communications, Kim Lacayo; General Manager, Carthage/N. Louisiana, Jason Pigott; General Manager, Marcellus and Utica, Chris Sembritzky; General Manager, Freestone/Chalk, Denna Johnson; Financial Analyst I, Matt Eberhart.
On March 19, 2013, Anadarko announced the Shenandoah-2 appraisal well encountered more than 1,000 net feet of oil pay, making it one of Anadarko's largest discoveries in the Gulf of Mexico.
In November 2012, Anadarko earned industry recognitions from The Oil Council and Platts Global Energy Awards. These included the Large-Cap Company of the Year for the second consecutive year and the Exploration: Award of Excellence, both from The Oil Council. The company also received the Premier Project Award for Engineering for its Caesar/Tonga development in the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico from Platts, marking the fourth time the company has received this recognition from Platts for excellence in engineering since 2002.
Photo of Vice President, Gulf of Mexico Operations Darrell Hollek accepts the Platts Global Energy Award for Engineering in recognition of Anadarko’s Caesar/Tonga development in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Photo of Anadarko Sr. Vice President, International and Deepwater Exploration Bob Daniels (left) accepts The Oil Council’s recognition for exploration excellence.
Photo of Anadarko International Business Development Manager Ian Cooling (left) accepts Anadarko’s second consecutive recognition as The Oil Council’s Large-Cap Company of the Year.
On June 11, 2012, Anadarko announced the Atum exploration well encountered more than 300 net feet of natural gas pay in Oligocene-aged reservoirs. Together with the recent Golfinho well, these discoveries form the second major natural gas complex in the Offshore Area 1.
Explore the 2011 Volume I edition of Anadarko's online publication, Aspire Magazine.